ஜே ஜே சில குறிப்புகள்

ஜே ஜே சில குறிப்புகள் Amazing Book, ஜே ஜே சில குறிப்புகள் by சுந்தர ராமசாமி [Sundara Ramasamy] This is very good and becomes the main topic to read, the readers are very takjup and always take inspiration from the contents of the book ஜே ஜே சில குறிப்புகள், essay by சுந்தர ராமசாமி [Sundara Ramasamy] Is now on our website and you can download it by register what are you waiting for? Please read and make a refission for you


10 thoughts on “ஜே ஜே சில குறிப்புகள்

  1. Saravana Saravana says:

    'JJ-Sila kuripugal' starts as a tamil writer's obsession with a fictitious malayalam writer 'J.J'. But soon the reader will realise that the book is not about JJ at all. JJ is a tool that the author uses to explore a wide range of philosophical themes, emotions and experiences.

    Pretense - This is one of the themes that recur at many places i


  2. Anbu Anbu says:

    This book JJ sila Kurippugal (JJ, Some Jottings), is one of most celebrated novels in Tamil literature. From what I know, this is the first ever post-modernist tamil novel.

    It destroys all the formats of novel writing. Part one is like prologue for the part 2. As per the novel, the narrator Balu, a tamil writer, wanted to translate the diary note


  3. Vignesh Vijay Vignesh Vijay says:

    *Not a review but my kuripugal*

    This book has been with me for many years now, i have tried reading two times before but couldn't complete it, at one point i even felt it's not for me... But when I happen to read it now, I felt its greatness and insights... now I feel I should read it once in a while on the years to come... Of the few books I read this


  4. Sharmili Priyadarsini Sharmili Priyadarsini says:

    This was recommended to me years ago by a friend, yet it took a long time for me to read this. Somewhere deep down, I could not recognize JJ as a fictional character, right from the beginning. For there are several people who are strong willed, identified as arrogant and often misunderstood in every area of arts.


  5. Aswin Ramadas Aswin Ramadas says:

    All through the book it questions ur inner heart


  6. Bhuvan Bhuvan says:

    Exceptionally good.


  7. Harish Sankar Harish Sankar says:

    After reading rave reviews about this novel, I gave it a try.
    This was a very difficult book, to comprehend and to get the idea.

    This novel takes the form of Brief Notes of a writer's remembrance of another writer JJ.
    Jeethu Joseph aka JJ is a fictional author, dramatist and amateur artist, but Sundara ramaswamy takes so much efforts by making him a character o


  8. Sarguru nathan Sarguru nathan says:

    It is indeed a good read with a lot of could have done better pieces. It has so many wonderful moments but I feel Su Ra hasn't hit it hard. Probably even this would have been considered a brave attempt and a bold narrative in 80's. Could be considered as one of the best modernist piece in Tamil that I've read and has a definite post-mordern touch to it . If I have read it before a couple


  9. Srinivasan Srinivasan says:

    I WAS TRYING TO READ SOME POSTMODERN NOVELS IN TAMIL AND THIS BOOKS WAS KIND OF THE LAST RESORT I WAS HOPING TO CAPTURE MY ATTENTION..AND BY THE BOOKS I READ THERE ARE DIFFERENT KIND OF VIEWS ON POSTMODERN NOVELS AND THE MOST AUTHOR'S VIEW OF POSTMODERNISM NOT EVEN COME CLOSE TO MINE HENCE I PRONOUNCE VASAN SUCK'S AT TAMIL LITERATURE..i AM VASAN


  10. Murali Krishnaa Murali Krishnaa says:

    Splendid. Definitely a benchmark.


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